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University of Southern Indiana extends contract with ESM

Evansville University to continue procurement savings We’re thrilled to announce that the University of Southern Indiana has extended its contract with ESM for another five years. The university, based in Evansville, Ind., originally signed on with ESM to use ESM Purchase, an eProcurement solution, three years ago. The public university serves more than 10,000 students, who are working toward associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. With ESM Purchase, Southern Indiana has gained better control and visibility of its spend. The easy-to-use solution allows for automated workflows to reduce errors and integrates with an organization’s ERP or other financial system of record. What’s more, the intuitive online solution offers a consumer shopping experience that is quickly deployed and adopted. Those fast deployment and adoption rates lead to rapid returns as users shop from pre-approved vendor contracts, maximizing rebates and providing more opportunities for discounts. ESM Purchase also is affordable, built to meet the budget and needs of organizations of any size. “It’s always a big win when a customer decides to stick with you for five more years,” ESM CEO Anthony Rotoli said. “We’re excited to see how much more time and money Southern Indiana saves as it continues with ESM Purchase integrated with its Banner Financial...

ESM extends partnership with E&I Cooperative Services

Five-year collaboration deal inked ESM, a leading provider of spend management and eProcurement solutions, announced today that the company has extended its ongoing partnership with E&I Cooperative Services, the country’s largest, member-owned, not-for-profit purchasing cooperative. The five-year agreement gives E&I members easy access to ESM’s suite of spend management solutions. ESM’s affordable, flexible applications help organizations reduce off-contract spend, manage contracts and develop strategic supplier relationships. It is the only suite of spend management solutions built specifically for the education, regional government and nonprofit sectors. As part of the partnership, E&I members don’t need to go through the RFP process to secure ESM’s eProcurement solutions. Instead, using E&I’s competitive award, institutions can sign on directly with ESM, saving time and money. The partnership also connects ESM to E&I’s more than 4,000 members in higher education and K-12 school systems. The alliance will help ESM generate leads and shorten the selling cycle as it offers opportunities for organizations to reduce spend. “We’re excited to continue our strong partnership with E&I and offer its members spend management solutions that allow them to stretch their budget dollars,” ESM CEO Anthony Rotoli said. “We have been thrilled so many E&I members have signed on with us over the years. We look forward to more E&I members joining the ESM family during the next five...

Ivy Tech Extends Contract with ESM for Five Years

Indiana’s largest public college system to continue eProcurement gains with ESM We are pleased to announce that Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana has renewed its contract for ESM’s eProcurement solution for an additional five years. Ivy Tech is Indiana’s largest public college system serving more than 200,000 students a year across 30 campuses. Ivy Tech switched to ESM Purchase in 2013 when its previous eProcurement solution had become too expensive to maintain and too cumbersome to work with. ESM Purchase is an intuitive online ordering application that allows users to automate the procurement process and offers a better way to manage spend, control costs and improve compliance. ESM worked quickly with Ivy Tech during the transition, fully deploying the eProcurement solution in less than six months, enabling 14 preferred suppliers and converting 5,000 workflows at the same time. Over 90% of the organization’s addressable spend is now moving through ESM Purchase. “Ivy Tech’s move to ESM was just about seamless,” ESM CEO Anthony Rotoli said. “We welcome this chance to continue our partnership over the next five years and are eager to see how much more money and time they can save by using ESM Purchase.” To learn more about ESM Purchase and ESM’s other spend management solutions, schedule a personal demo. About ESM ESM is a leading provider of cloud-based spend management and eProcurement solutions, giving customers complete control of their spend through a comprehensive suite of integrated, yet modular solutions. The company’s flexible sourcing, purchasing, invoicing and contract management applications help organizations save time and money. As a SaaS-based solution, ESM makes financial system integration, data...

ESM contract management solution deployed at health nonprofit

Central California Alliance for Health to automate contract management   ESM, a leading provider of spend management and eProcurement solutions, announced today that the Central California Alliance for Health will deploy ESM’s contract management application. The regional, nonprofit, Medi-Cal managed care health plan serves more than 350,000 members and works with more than 7,000 providers across Santa Cruz, Monterey and Merced counties. The nonprofit, which focuses on improving healthcare access to lower income residents, will use ESM’s contract management solution to streamline and automate contract management. ESM delivers an affordable, flexible contract management solution that includes a contract repository, built-in workflows and complete contract lifecycle management - from creation, amendment and renewal to archive. ESM’s suite of spend management solutions are the only ones designed specifically for the education, regional government and nonprofit sectors.   The health alliance is the latest nonprofit to choose ESM. The Wistar Institute, the nation’s first independent institution devoted to medical research and training, and the Carter Center, the non-governmental and not-for-profit organization founded by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, are examples of other nonprofits that have recently selected ESM to streamline spend management. “Like The Wistar Institute and the Carter Center, the Central California Alliance of Health does important work for the community it serves,” ESM CEO Anthony Rotoli. “We’re excited to help them save time and money through contract management automation so they can focus on their...

Webinar Sequel: Is Amazon a maverick spend gateway or best price portal?

NAEP and ESM Welcome Ahrea Summers from Portland State University What: Live Webinar When: 2 p.m., EST, May 16 Where: GoToWebinar Register Here! For buyers, Amazon and other e-commerce sites offer a world of possibilities as they shop for beakers, brooms, and batteries. Just about anything they want is a simple click away. For finance, purchasing and procurement professionals, however, the sites open up new challenges and new opportunities. Should buyers be able to shop off Amazon and ignore negotiated contracts? Or should they be steered toward strategic vendors? Live Webinar - May 16, 2pm ET At Portland State University, officials have chosen to embrace Amazon. On May 16, during a live webinar, we will sit down with Ahrea Summers, procurement coordinator at Portland State University, to discuss the higher education institution’s philosophy to support the likes of Amazon as a way to get better visibility and actually drive more spend through their eProcurement shopping portal. It is a follow-up to last month’s webinar with Cory Harms, director of procurement services at Iowa State University, when we heard the other side of the story. Harms has prioritized working with strategic vendors instead of expanding access to various e-commerce sites. He was joined by Chris Webb, senior manager of higher education business development at CDW-G, and Anthony Rotoli, CEO of ESM, for an informative discussion about this important subject. Register Here! Should you embrace Amazon … or keep it out? You’ll have to decide what’s right for your organization. The webinars and e-book are designed to ensure that whatever decision you make is an informed one. Register today for the...

Live Webinar with Iowa State University and CDW-G

What: Live Webinar When: April 20, 2017 at 2pm Eastern Where: GoToWebinar (register below) Is Amazon just a new and tempting gateway to more maverick spend? Or is it a convenient place to get better prices?  Should you embrace it or try to keep it out of your campus?  And what about the other e-commerce sites like Best Buy, Jet, and others? There may be no single right answer, and we know many organizations are trying to figure out their best past forward. Register Here! In this first installment of a two-part series, we’ll hear from Cory Harms Director of Procurement Services at Iowa State University, where they’ve prioritized working with strategic vendors over broadening access to various e-commerce sites. Cory will be joined by Chris Webb, Senior Manager, Higher Education Business Development at CDW-G, and Anthony Rotoli, CEO of ESM for a spirited and informative discussion on this important subject. Register today to hear what other people are doing, why they are doing it, and the results they are...